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Liechtenstein :, Assessment of the Supervision and Regulation of the Financial Sector Technical Note on the Basel Core Principles and IOSCO Securities

Liechtenstein has a GDP of US$5.2 billion, of which 40 percent comes from industry and 30 percent from financial services. Currently, 15 banks operate in Liechtenstein (one additional bank is in the process of being wound down without loss to the depositors). The market is highly concentrated with the three largest banks accounting for 90 percent of the total banking balance sheet size; 86 percent of assets under management; 89 percent of operating profits before tax, and 63 percent of employment in the banking sector
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Acronyms; I. Basel Core Principles for Effective Banking Supervision; A. General; B. Main Findings; C. Principle by Principle Review; Tables; 1.1 Focused Review of Certain Basel Core Principles; D. Recommended Actions and Authorities' Response to the Focused Review; 1.2 Summary of Implementation of the Basel Core Principles; 1.3 Action Plan to Improve Implementation of the Basel Core Principles; 1.4 Status of Recommendations from the 2002 Action Plan: Basel Core; II. IOSCO Objectives and Principles of Securities Regulation; A. General; B. Main Findings
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